West End High School - Zephyr Yearbook (Nashville, TN)

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Yarbrough 3 E E I s E 5 L 1 H E S Q K E s 5 S' Q 'i if Y s2.'vM ' 6 1393+ W, H, YARBROUGH PAUL MORTIMER LUCILLE HINES B.A., M.A., Ph.D, B.S., M.A. B.S. Principal Induslrial Arls Nalural and Physical Physical Science Sciences CAMERA SHY KATHRYN MATTHEWS s.A., M.A. Science MRS. LOUISE MURRAY B.s., M.A. Social Science MARGARET BOYD PEARL GILLIAM HQANCE5 BOWEN VIVIAN WATKINS B.S. B.S., M.A. BA B.S., B.A., M,A, Spanish Library English Social Science MR. HANSEN Band SGT, CLIFF R.O.T.C. W. T. BUTTS Malhemalics MRS. ANNE C. NAGY MRS. DAN BLAZER MRS IRENE TISDALE B.S., M.A. 8,S., M.A. B S M A Home Economics Mafhemafics Physical Educahon LEEKIE SMITH ELLA HAIMAN E, J. STRICKLAND e.s., M.A. B,A., M.A. s.s., M.A. Secrelary English I' U X S LT! INEZ TOLMIE ANNE E. BATTLE CORINNE ANDERSON B.A. s.A., M.A. n.A., MA Enqlish 5P5f'lSh. FYGHCN Social Science X fr. X40 , A L41xG', T. -- eg XLULI4 ff, Xgaffxf X -is 1 6 A , 5 - i "fix Y Y , -2x1 HELEN ANDERSON NAOMI HARRIS PAULYNE LAMB ! , ,A Y ,UA ' a,s. a.s,, M.A. s.s. 1 ,Q - Commerce Mafhemafics Commerce 'ff' l 0, 'J Social Science " L ' A iff Ili -lm l f 'A A 1 1 f -? X , A'QQilJ .mp , 1 ,,3, ,, j ,f l fy f K f 1 N 1 if X A--A AA f ANN DEMBSKY FLORENCE ADAMS B.A. Columbia University English Ari -ND v I INEZ B. ADLER B.L,I. Speech, Dramafics COLLIE GAITHER M, F, MORTIMER HELEN O'CALLAHAN B.S., M.A. B.S,, M.A. 8,S. Mafhemaiics Diversified Occupations Music CANDIDS ,I 4 4 i I , il '1?'fff ,Z via .,k Ng, 4 JS-' fE3Wi I 1 S V, gm We li fb F ev , wwf? 9 W M Q Y it ' W ... . "' s gk Q 'll k ff M L . 1' Eff T Ns. 1' I JAMES M CAUL JAMES LINEBAUGH ANN DEMBSKY Z jg, Ll ffm fq N , f f f Ti-IEIN I I I . I Zi f - f' N f X K1 -? 53? f A A-JW 5' L L QW? OFFICERS Presiden+ ELLEN WILSON v P dem CAROL SMITH Sp NAOMI HARRIS S f y T ..Sp f. 'Q :EQ UK f INIV CL XQS VIRGINIA AKRIDGE PEGGY ANN BARNES "Toad" "Peg" Ambllluni In br' n Surcr-5-. In liffx. Mlxf-:I Chorus, 3, 4, Givl Avvvlfmlliurvr In Ilnlmh Wcsl Hlqlw. Girl Rf-svrvf-S, 4. Glvr- Club 3, 43 Girl Rvswrvvs, 4, EUGENE BARNETT VIRGINIA AMOS PATRICIA HELEN BARNETT DONNA sr-IERRILL ARMIJO ..,,,,ppe,,. Hshefflu Ambllion: To be a scconfl Dirmlv Shmw. Amlvilinm: In qmdunlz- Irorr lvlqh sclwmol. I-Iomoroorvv OHIQM, 3, 43 Jr. Spanish Club OHIQM, 37 Honwromimq Allfrrwdanl, 4g Dmmallc Club, 3, 43 Hpyomallonf' 3g "OuI ol Ihr- Frylnq P-mm," 4, Monlfor, 3, 43 Campus Club, 41 Trcaiurc-v', 4. ,, ,, George Ambition: To qvl my PHD. IPOSIHOIP Diqqc-rl, R.O.I.C., 25 Safely Councll, 2, UO., 3, 4, Holm- Room Ollicor, 4: Sludrtnl Council, 4, I' 81 I Club Oflicvr: 43 Scivncv Club, 2. LEI.IA RA BA Eff, BFE LL JUANITA BARRow e . V I V I K , O . . "Nena" If 2, 3, 43 Lab. Asslsmrw, 3g'TInnIs Team, 3, 43 Intramural Baskcl- Club' Z3 Debnlp Club, 35 MMVI Cll0"J"' 43 D"I""4l" Club! ball, 2, 3, 4, 3, 4- JUANITA MARIE BARNES DAVID LAWRENCE BEAVER "NiIa" "Eager" Amlwlllnni In hr- A fwwl Dvlvulft sf'fi'-WAN, Llbrary, 2, Glvl Arrvblllfmi Irv lwe' ,I clorlrur, WPS? Wlnrl, 2, Sluflvnl Crxunvll, Rvsmvfw, 45 Dvnmnlig Clulw, 3 43 Glrls Glvf- Club, 41 Mixcvl 2, 3, Bqmrl, Z, Nnllonnl Hmmm Soflrly, 3, 4, R.O.I,C. Rillr' Chwus, 43 Wm? Winfl SMH, 4g Campus Club, 4. Team, 4, ---Trl-"-7 BURDELL BENSON "Bula" Ambilirin: To iw: .3 chemical engineer. R.O.T.C. 45 Home Room Officer, 45 Supcrlalive, 4, JOHN KELLEY BENTLEY "Buddy" Ambilion: To become a good railroad man. HLY, 25 Ridinq Club, 2, 35 Monoqram Club, 45 Foollnall, 3, 45 Intramurals, 2, 3, 45 "B" Team, 2, 35 R.O.T.C. 2. SUE ANN BOULDIN "Susie" Anilvilion: To lee happy. Girl Reserves, 2, 35 Riding Club, 2, 35 Drnmaiic Club, 25 Home Room Officer, 2, 35 Ouillland Scroll, 3, 45 Co-Edilor, Wesf Wind, 45 Spanish Club, 35 Officer, 45 Campus Club, 45 ZEPHYR Staff, 45 Science Award Winner, 2. MARTHA ELIZABETH BROCK UM- B... Ambition: To qcl married. Mixed Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club, 3, 45 Home Room Officer, 4. EDWARD BROWN LYTLE BROWN, lll "Else" Ambition: To qc? Through Vandy, Foolball, 3, 45 Inlrarnurals, 45 Sludonr Council, I5 Home Room Officer, 3, 45 R.O,T.C., 3, 4, WILLIAM WRAY BUCHANAN "Buck" Arnbilion: Br' a oradualfg lrom Georgia Tech. Sludenl Council, 3, 45 HifY, I5 Tcnnis Team, 35 BOWS Slofe, 35 Superlafivrz, 45 Nalionai Honor Soriely, 45 Campus Club 4. BOB BURGESON "Bugs" Ambifion: To make n lol ol money. Home Room Officer, 2, 3, 45 Foofball Manager, 35 Mixed Chorus, 3, 45 Boys' Glee Club, 45 Campus Club, 4, Sludenl Council, 4, MARY ALLEN BYNUM "Junior" Ambilion: To own a million horses. Girl Reserves 3, 45 Girls' lnlraniural Baskelball, 3, 45 Tnnnis Team, 3, 45 Superlalive, 4, THOMAS FOSTER CARTER "Hawk" Ambilion: To molce a million dollars5 R.O,T.C., 2, 35 Officer, 45 l-liY Club, l. WILLIAM CASE "Casey" Arviloilion: Blank, Sluflenl Council, 25 Home Rooni Orlicer, 3, 45 "B" Team Baskelball, 45 Mixed Chorus, 2, 3, 45 All Sfale Chorus, 4. BOBBY CASSELL "Nameless" Arnbilion: Officer in The Marines. Foolball, 45 Home Room Officer, 3, 45 Monogram Club, 45 lnlramurals Runners-up, 4. FSNI Il fl. X33 ANNE MARIE CHAMBERLAIN LORENE CURFMAN "Malia" "Reney" AIIIIMIII-In: III III- I-AIIII, W,C5.CQ.CE,, I- OIII I SQIIII, 43 GIII AVIIIIIIIIIII: TU IIwn In r.'IrIIII III Ivmn se-ww--., 4g sIII,.fI.II,II, I, 2 35 II Ie I- OIIIIIII 4, SIII ff II 'I' DoI.oREs DAVIS GWENDOLYN MARIE CHERRY DHIV , "Gwen" AIIIIIIIIIIIIZ Tu br- .I IIIIIII:-I, OHIIQ- SIIIII, 4g CHI RI'-,I-Ivr-, I, 4 '-I I -,IH E I - I-n ' 'Q Amrymm! V tu H! ,-,MM 'WNV lynx- ,mwyNAmV' 4- MIX: I CIIIIIIS, 3, CII LIIII., 3, W I WIIII IIIII, DOTTY LOU CLARK JO ANNE DAVIS "LoIfy Dou" "Josie" AIIILIIIIIIII' III II-- .I II III wx -'IIIII 'IIIIIIIIII CQIIIIIIIII, 73 AIIIIIIIIIIII: I., qf-I my IIIfI4rr-I- III muff. IIIIIII II LEIIIII 4, IIIIIII W,I'D Cl., 2, LIIIIIII LIIIII Y, I' I IIII, QIIIII, if RIIIIIII1 CQIIII, CIIII4, 2, 3 MIM IZIIII, 3, IIIII Ie. III nm, .- I 4, NIIIIIIIII 4, .II'-EI' QI.' IIRI' 1, W" Q ' U II ' JOHNYE MARYE DAVIS JOSEPHINE cook "Kew" , "JO" Ambiiion: IQ bv A Iva-Lhcr, QLIIII .ami SCIIIII, 2, 3, OIIIQIIII 4 f . V, , , ,- I, I' , , -, . Spanish CIIID, 2, 33 SILIAQIII CQUIIQII, 4j HIIIIII- R-IImI OIIIIIII A"'I""U"' III' Ig I' I""' "H IM' .', VT' I' 'I M""'f"" 3' 3 4, wf-SI wind SIJH, 24 CIIII Rv-,I-Im-S IIIIIW, 4, AW-Ia.II. HIIAII Mm-IIIII, 4 QIIIII .III J IIIII -I Dru:-.IIIf CIHIJ 4 WI-SI - ' ' . , . - I Q -f , -I ' Q 4, LoIIIIIor ZEPHYR 33 Co-PIIIIOI, 4, DIJIIIAIIC QIIIII, 'Ig SIIMIII WIIIII SMI, 3, 4, CJIII RIISI-Ivw, 4, MI-I I C,rIIIrIIs 3 4, MIISII I CN L ZIV C C, b 4- S rl V i 4 CIIII, 3, SIIIIIIIII Q I,II..I, 4, QQIIIIIIIIS CIIIII, 4, 'H I I"I'P"'S " - I "VW U M- ' PHYLLIS JEANNE CORLEISSEN BETTY ANN DEADERICK HPIIYI" "Boch" AHILIIIIIII: III IIN .III AAI", III.I I, IIIIII CII-III, 3, 4, CMI ArrII,IIIuVIZ In runny BUIL LIU-,Irv SIJII. 2: CTQII RI-QIIIVI-sl I R'sf'IvI-I, 2, 3, 4, MJIIIII' 33 IIIIIIIIIIII-IIQ 2, LIII.III SIIIII, 3. MARIE CULLUM EMILY DAY DIES "FIopsy" "Emmy" AIIIIJIIIIJII: In III! SIIIZIIISIIII, QIIIII 'IIII SIIII- 2, 4g CIII RI- ArvIbIfIorI1 I0 IVJVIII JIIII qu III Q-IIIIIIIII. WOSI WIIII-I SMH, Y 5 IV,-5, 2, 4, IfII,III,. I4.,I,fII cwsw -I, YEPIIYR suw, 4- CIIIIDIIQ 3, QUIII gm SUIIII, 3, OHIII-I, 4, FI,-.IIII CIIIII OIIIII-I, 3, II CIIIIJ 43 WI'5I WII1-I SIIIJ, 4, D PMR. Mfg IJIISI, 4. SIuf,IenI' CUUIIQII, 43 OIII Ref-,I-IW-Q, 4g C.IIIIpIIs CIIIII, 4. 1 1 1 I.-I, V- JAMES EDWARD DILLON "Curly" Ambition: To be a corporafion lawyer. R.O.T.C., 2, 4, Moni- tor, 41 Dramatic Club, 43 Debate Club, 45 Cheerleader, 4, West Wind Staff, 4, ZEPHYR sfaff, 43 N.F.L., 43 All-Star Cheerinq Squad, 4. IRIS DORIS BURGIN DOSSETT, JR. Arnbition: Malce a fortune and enfer politics, Sfudent Council, 2, Key Club, 3, 4, Boy's State, 3, Campus Club, 4. JEANNE DURRETT "Jeanie" Ambition: To be a iournalist, Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 47 Moni- tor, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 33 West Wind, 4, Quill and Scroll, 4, lntramurals, 4, Library Sfaff, l. PHILIP PARKER EDWARDS "Phil" Ambition: To be a doctor. Class President, lj Football, 3, 4, Studenr Council, I, 2, Spanish Club, 35 R.O.T.C., 43 Monogram Club, 47 "Ouf of the Fryinq Pan," 4. JAMES HOWARD EVANS "Digger" Arnbifiori: To be a funeral direcfor. Library Club, lg Safefy Patrol, 2, R.O.T.C, Officer, 2 47 Mixed Chorus, 3, Boy's Glee Club, 4. BETTY LOU FARMER HB L.. Arnbifion: To be a famous model, Cheerleader, 43 R.O.T.C, Sponsor, 43 Home Room Officer, 43 Dramatic Club, Officer, 45 Mixed Chorus, 4, Debafe Club, 3, Girl Reserves, 4q "The Bat," 4, ZEPHYR Siaff, 4. JANE FINGER Ambition: To be rich, Girl Reserves, I, 25 Wesf Wind Sfaff 3, 47 Riding Club, 2, 3, Dramatic Club, 43 Mixed Chorus, Girlls Glee Club, 4, Library Staff, 3, HENRY FOYER MILDRED LORENE FRY HL0'l-.Oli Ambition: To be a model. West Wind Staff, 2, 3, Quill and Scroll, 2, 3, Officer, 4, Home Room Officer, 3, 43 Spanish Club, 3, ZEPHYR Staff, 4, Monitor, 43 Girl Reserves, 45 Campus Club, Officer, 4. MARY JANE GILBERT "Emma" Ambition: To graduate from Vanderbilt, Home Room Officer, 3, 43 Superlafive, I, 2, 4, Student Council, 23 Calendar Com- mittee, 41 Ouill and Scroll, 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society, 4, Monitor, 2, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 4, Campus Club, 47 ZEPHYR Sfaff, 4, West Wind Sfaff, 2, 3, 4, Library Sfaff, I, 23 Library Club, l, Z. JOANN GLOVER "Jody" Ambition: To be contented. Spanish Club, 31 Girl Reserves, 33 Monitor, 3, 41 Nafional l-lui or Society, 3, Officer, 43 Quill and Scroll, 4, French Club, 41 Campus Club, 4. I 'i Ai f ZNIV Q CL XSS BARBARA JOAN GOLDBERG LETTY-LOU HABER "Babs" Ambition: To be a iournalist. West Wind Staff, 2, 3, Co nbilimi: To qf-t tlirouqn college. National Honor Society, Edilof. 42 NQIIOUGI HOVIOI' 50CIeIY.,3i 41 Quill and Sfroll. 3. 3 45 Quill .ma semis, 2 3, 4, ummm club, I, 2, 3, 4, Span' Offlger, 4: Literary Club. 2: Twms Twin. 2, 3, 4: AllSf-if isli Club, 3, Otliufr, 4: Hurrah Room Officer, 45 West Wind GIVIS IVIIVGWUVGI lefilfl, 2, 32 SDUVIISII Club. N.F.L-. 2. 3. 42 Emi-fl 2, 3' 4: Monffmx 3, 4, Safety Patrol, Ig Riding Club, I, 25 Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4, Home Roorn Officer, 4, Campus Club, 4, Library Club, lg Musip ANITA MAY GRIGG Club-' 3- UNIISH JANE HARDY -nliticini IU rrmrvy Dun mill livi- in lem-,, Safety Patrol, 2, "Janie" MINI! CIIUVHS, 3, 'ti GWIIS GIW' CIN? 45 GIVI RPSUVVPM 3, 41 Anibitimnz To be Dick I-Iaymes' private wuetnry. fiirl Rf' tvlonitm, 3, 4 Serves' 4, BEVERLY LOUISE GRIFFIN "Griffin" uliitiun' lu qi-t in Vanderbilt, Horru- Roorri Oftiier 3 4' D.mi.iIif. Club, 3, 45 Girl Reserves, 3, 43 ZEPHYR Slaff, 4' Carnpus Club, 4, Riding Club, 3, JOAN GR IZZARD "Jeanie" nbilion: To be a qaod aviatrix and nappily niarried, Spanish C ub, 2, 3j French Club, Officer, 3, 43 Girl Reserves, 3, Riding ub, 3, Honor Socif: , , j i r 4'Oi ty 3 4 Quill and Sc all, 3, , ftce aff, 33 Munitur, 3, 4, Canirera Club, Officer, 43 Intramurals, EPHYR 3 4 4, wi-ii wind, 3, 4, Z JENARD MORRIS "Jenard" nlntiimi lu blciw up ttw world. j i cl Sgroll, 3, Officer 4, pnnisi ull, 2, 3, R.O.T.C,, 23 Sports Eflitnv, 4g ZEPHYR Staft, 3, 4, iwatiu Club 4 3 4 Quill an 4 S I Cl GROSS National Honor Society, N.F.L., 4, Debate Team, West Wind Staff, 2, 3, Safety Patrol, l, 25 Dru' MARY ELIZABETH HEAD "L IZ" Ambition: To become a brunette, Girls' Olee Club, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, Library Club, 3, Officer, 4. MARY HOWARD Ambition: To complete one year of college in a yoarl Dramatic Club, 3, Riding Club, 3: Home Room Officer, 33 Girl Ri- 4 Serves, 3, Officer, I "Junior Miss," 3, West Wind, 4, Olm- Club, 4. ARTHUR WILLIAM INGERSOLL "Artie" Arnbition: To graduate from Vanderbilt. Horne- Ruorn Officer, 2, 3, 4, Football, 3, 4. BRYAN JACOBS BARBARA ANN JARMAN "Babs" Anibition: To become a priyate secretary. Monitor 33 Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Dramatic Club, 2, 33 D. O,, 4, Horne- Room Officer, 4. 1 1 1 Il-I, Y- EVELYN CLAIRE JENKINS BILLY HASKINS KILGORE "Mac" "EV" . . . Amb't' n: To b a novel'st. Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, French Amblllonl To See We Wolld' R'O'l'C"- 2' 3' Ofhcer' tr Kev Clubl lg, Officer,e4, Riding' Club, 3, Library Staff, 2, Monitor, Club' 3' 4' Spanlsll Club' 3: Rlfle Team' 3' 35 Camera Club- 4' WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER KIMBRO "Intelligence" LUM JENKINS EARLENE JONES RICHARD ARTHUR JONES ..DiCk.. Ambition: To make A's in college. Vice-President of Student Body, 4, President of Junior High, I, Key Club Officer, 3, 4, R.O.T.C., 2, 3, Officer, 4, Rifle Team, 3, Student Council, I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 2, Officer, 3, Quill and Scroll, 4, ZEPHYR Staft, 4, Boys' State, 3, Delegate Southern Association of Stu- Governrnent, 3, Football, 3, 4, BATeam, l, B-Team Basketball, 3, 4, Candidate William Hume Award, 4, All-Star Football, 4, Monogram Club, 4, Superlative, l, 3, Monitor, 3, 4, Class Officer, 2, 3,. JO ANN JUSTICE ..Jody.. Anibition: To become a great skater. Mixed Chorus, 2, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Champs, 3. BETTY JEAN KELLEY nugly.. Ambition: To make a success of lite, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, West Wind, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. Sponsor, 4, Monitor, 4, Superlative, 4, Homecoming Attendant, 4, ZEPHYR Staff, 4, Miss West High, 4. Ambition: To get an education. R.O.T,C. JOHN LAUFFER WILLIAM PORTER LAWRENCE "Fat Boy" Ambition: To go to Annapolis. Class Otficer, 2, 3, President of Student Body, 4, Key Club, Officer, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, Officer, 4, Hi-Y, 2, 3, Quill and Scroll, 4, Debate Team, 4, Junior Town Meeting ot the Air, 4, "Junior Miss," 3, Boy's State, 3, Delegate Southern Association of Student Government, 3, Football, 2, 3, 4, All-City, 4, All-Star Game, 4, Outstanding Player from Scarlet Squad, 4, Co-Captain Scarlet Squad, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, All-Eighth District, 2, 4, All- Unit ll, 3, 4, All Mid-Tennessee, 3, 4, All-State, 3, 4, Tennis, 2, 4, Baseball, 3, William Hume Football Award, 4, Eighth Dis- trict Tourney, 4, Superlative, 2, 4. JOHN MOORE LEE. JR. "Joe Sport" Ambition: To be a millionaire. Quill and Scroll, 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer, Student Body, 4, West Wind, 3, 4, ZEPHYR, 3, Honor Society, 3, 4, Home Room Officer, I, 2, 3, Key Club, 3, 4, International Trustee, 4, Superlative, l, 2, Dramatic Club, 3, R.O.T.C., 2, 4. JUANITA LEIGH "Nita" Ambition: To loolc like Lauren Bacall. Girl Reserves, 2, 3, Choral Club, 2, Riding Club, 3, Girls' Intramurals, 3, D. O., 4, T. 81 l. Club, 4. F'1'NIJif'l ff JAMES RHODES LINEBAUGH ..Nip.. Aiibilioii, To ba: a sliystef lawvi-r. Student Council, I, Mono qrairi Club, 4, Supurlative, I 4, Home Room Officer, 2, Na tional t-tonui Souirfty, 3, 4, Quill ard Scroll, 3, 4, Class Officer, 3, 4, "Out of tfie Frying Pan," 4, Football, 3, 4, Intraniurals, 2, 3, 4, Monitor, 3, Campus Club 4, Office Staff, 3, Kev Club, 4, ZEPHYR staff, 4, Hi-Y, 3. MARTHA ANN LITTLE "Little Ann" Aiiibitionz To get in Varidy and stay, National Horror Soci i-tv, 3, Officer, 4, Home Room Officer, 2, 3, 4, Superlative 2, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 3. LOIS JEAN LOCKE "Queenie" Ambition: Tu a fire-ss designer, Library Club, Officer, 2, Stu' iti-nt Council, 4, Horriecominq Queen, 4, Monitor 2, 4, ZEPHYR staff, 4, H.urn- Room Officer, 2, 4, R.O,T.C. Sponsor, 4. HANNAH MAIER "Red" Aiiilaitiori' To qrrt in L.S.U. Dramatic Club, l, Z 3, 4, Horiii Roorr Officei, 3, Spanish Club, 2, 3. HOOPER MATTHEWS CANNON ROBERTS MAYES "Einstein" Aiiiriition: To be a success, West Hi Ho, 2, 3, Football, 3, 4, Alti-rnate Captain Football, 4, AllfStar Game, 4, Basketball, 7, 3 4, Monogram Club, 2, 3 4, Superlative, 4, Home Room Offitr-r, 3, 4, "Ttwf- Bat," 4, tvtixe-I Ctrorus, 3 4, Boy? Crlee Club, 3, 4, Boy's Quartet, 3, 4, "Turin Little Indians," 4, Tal ent Snow, 4, Dramatic Club, 4, Intramurals All Star I. JAMES FRANKLIN MCCAUI.. III "Rabbit" Ambition: To be an engineer. Student Council, 2 3, Monitoi, 2, 3, ZEPHYR Staff, 3, Monogram Club, 3, 4, R.O.T,C., 2, 3 Officer, 4, Delegate Southern Association Student Govern rnent, 3, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Football, 4, Riflt Team, 3, 4, Boy's State, 3, Quill and Scroll, 4, Class Prvsiilent, 4, Key Clab, 3, President, 4, Surterlafivr, 4, JAMES MCDONALD Cheerleader 4, D.O., 4, Dramatic Club, 4. ROBERT EMMETT McCORMlCK HBUH.. Arribition: To rernain a bachelor, Rifle Team, 3 4, Riiliuq Club, 3, R,O.T.C., 2, 3, 4, Horne Room Officer, 2, 3, 4, Campus Club, 4. DOROTHY McGONIGAL MDM.. Arnbition: To be a nurse. EDNA CLAUDINE MCWHORTER npeqgy.. Ambition: To be a scltool teacher. W.O.C,C., l, Mixtrtt Chorus, 2, Glee Club, 2, Debate Club, 2, Dramatic Club, 3, 4, Intramurals, I, 2, 3, 4, West Wind Staff, 4. ROBERT EDWIN MELTON "Bobby" Ambition: To be a Farmer. Home Room Oflirer, 2, 3, 4, Football, 4, Campus Club, Officer, 4, Rifle Team, 3, 4, Surwrla tive, I, R,O.T,C., 2, 3, Officwr, 4, Safely Patrol, l, Trl-"-I l l I AMELIA REBECCA MEYER "Dee Dee" Aiiliilion' To lor- a coslurrue designer, lrllrqirriurnls, 2' Miirui Chorus, 4. ETHEL FRANCES MlCl'lAELS Ambition: To lrayel all over fhe world. Music Club, 23 Home Room Oriicer, 23 Spanish Club, 33 Library Club, 33 ZEPHYR Slalf, 43 Monitor, 43 Girl Reserves, 43 Nalional Honor Socieiy, 4, EDGAR MITTWEDE R.O.T.C., 4. RUTH CAROL MOORES "Flower" Ambilion: To become a surgical nurse. Moniror, 2, 3, ish, 2 33 Girl Reserves, 33 Dramaric Club, 33 Wes? Wi 43 ZEPHYR Stari, 43 Home Room Officer, 43 Campus Quill and Scroll, 4. HARRY BRIDGES MONEYPENNY "Hunch" Ambition: To play professional baseball. All-Cily, Eiqhrh Dislricr, 3, 43 All-Regional, 3, 43 All-Uni'r, 43 Slale, 43 Sludenr Council, 2, 43 Home Room Officer, 43 43 Dramaric Club, 33 B-Team Baslce4ball, 23 lniramural 23 Baslreiball, 3, 43 Third Team All-Cily, 33 All-Stale menf, 33 Foolball, 43 Tennessean All-Cily Baseball, 33 43 Superlalive, 4. PEGGY MORRlS "Poogy" Ambition: To be ci housewife. Girl Reserves l, 2, Glee Club, 33 Mixed Chorus, 3. 43 Span' nd Slarl, Club, 43 43 All' All-Mid Monilor, Champs, Tourna- R,O.T.C. 33 Girls JEAN ELIZABETH NICHOLSON "Nicky" Arribiliorri To lravel. Monilor, 2, 33 Riding Club, 23 Music Club, 3, 43 Dromulic. Club, 3' Girl Reserves, 2, 33 Library Sian, 23 Home Roorr, Oiiicer, 2. WILLIAM THEODORE NUNES "Nunpis" Ambiiion: Never to have lo gel married. Srudenl Council, I, 2,3 Home Room Oiiicer, 3, 43 "B" Team Baskeiball, 2: Spanish Club, Presidenl, 33 French Club, Oiiicer, 33 Nalional Honor Socieiy, 3, 43 "Ghost Train," 33 "Junior Miss," 33 "Romeo and Julie+," 33 "The Bal," 43 "Oul of The Frying Pan," 43 Dramalic Club, Presidenl, 43 Superlalive 4. ANNE ELIZABETH O'KAlN Spanish Club, 3, Presideni, 43 Campus Club, 43 Ouill and Scroll, 43 Sludeni Council, 43 Glee Club, 3 43 Mixed Chorus, 2, 3, 43 Home Room Oiiicer, 33 Wind Wind Sraif, 3, 43 ZEPHYR Siafi, 43 Monilor, 3, 4. JANE PADGETT npedg.. Ambition: To have a happy life. Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club, 2, Ol'licer, 33 Nalional Honor Sociery, 3, 4, Home Room Oriicer, 43 Quill and Scroll, 43 French Club, 3, 43 Campus Club, 43 Candidale, Secreiary Sludenl Body, 3. JO ANN PARSONS "Jody" Ambilion: To malce somelhinq of rnysell. Home Room Oliicer, 3 4- Sludenl Council, 43 Spanish Club, 33 Girl Reserves, 3 Girls' Glee Club, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus, 3, 4, PEGGY MURL PATE "Paper" Ambition: To be a famous aclress. Dramalic Club, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus, 3, 43 N.F.L., 43 Girls' Glee Club, 4. Drarnalic Club, 3, 43 Wesl Wind Slaii, 43 Prom Allendanl, 33 FAINIOQ fl XSS I- BEVERLY JEAN PATTON JAMES PRESTON ROBINSON "PaHon" "Insky" AmLlltu,lvl ll, 444, lu Suulll Aww , Nullwmi ll muy Sllulf-I '- , , ,, A. , L L I, ',. 1, 4, g..r.luu,,l Qvuuuxnw, 43 cfnuzlf Lulu smu, fm Muuuul A"'I'l"U"' I" If "fl'l5l1' l"""" IIN' RW' OH' L" I2 I . . , Spunlsll Club 'lunsu-v, 3, Iv.1v.mluvul., 3 4, Spnlvls CUEJIIU1 'I' 3' All WUI WWII bmll' 2' 3' ZEPI-IYR 5l:"l4 BUMIICSS ul Wesl Wiml, 4, Boys Slam, 31 Supf'vl.xlln,-, 4' CUE-lllor ol Mmmqtl- 4: FIEIIEII CIUIJ'.33 SDJIIILII Club- 37 GMI RQSUVCS' ZEPHYR, 4' Key Club, 3, 4 Board ul Dlvemlwls, 43 Nallurlul 2 37 Dbml' Club' 2: SCIENCE Club 23 SUDOIIGIIVU' I 2 All Horwr Soflvly 3 Ofliuw I4' Qulll md Sfmll 4- C.wvL1uS Cqvllpui Cluln 4, Slunlferll Couml-, 4g Homo Room Ofllcer Y, 3, ' ' ' ' 'Club 4- ' ' ' EUGENE STANLEY PEISER "Gene" JULIA ANN RUTLEDGE Ambition' ll: lm an lawyer and well in radio. Dmrrmllc Club "D0qdy" I, 2, OIIVQ-rr 3, 4' "Rummy JVVI Jullclfl 3' WQSI Wlnil Shall, , -- A K W V Ci- - - , ' 3 41 Bull I, 2, 3g R.o,1.C. Balm MMM, 41 Nfl., I, 2 3, 4g ji 'Q,jQf,f,f, "'5ifn'1Qff' 4,D'tl.ll!,31flj, Cff'kf5,,!.4 "'l'0"lU'H Y 2' 34 "R.lul.. .Hui .Iullr-l,ll 3, "Om ol uu- Fvylmg Pull," 4, only on-ll WILLIAM LAUREN PHILLIPS, III Clull, 3, M-rvilw, -I. "Bill" AvulL-lllml: Tu bv Q wall Corlslvudm. Fuofboll, I, 2, 3, 4, Cuplaln 3, 4, AllCily Foolbnli, 3, 43 Camera Club 43 Mama "Suzy" umm Club' I' 2 3 Allysludcgnl Council' 4: CVCJDIJIII All Arvvblfioni To llvl- In Ju pf,-lxcelul world, Dvmvvnl' Club, 2, or Amp' 4' 3, 4, Hmm Rmml Ofllger, 2, "Junlw Miss," 33 lvvlmrvvuvnls, JUDY PIPER 2, 4, Capfuiu ul lnlvmvllml Bush-umll, 2, All Sw 8.4-,mu.ul, 24 " AT" 4 Mm ANN PURYEAR ' B ' ' "Faf?l Paflll' Amblflnm: TQ ly' happy always. Slucierwl Body Secrclary, 4- WALLACE SCOOT' III Clwc-ulcmifgr, 4, R.O.T.C, Sponsor, 43 Hows-coming Aflen-,many U rc, I 43 Superlaliyf-, I, 2, 4, Oulll and Scmll, 2, 3, 43 West Wiml Amblllmv' In mnlw SI,OO0 41 w-cm, Kfgy Club, 3 43 Nalnovml Slall, 2, 3, 45 ZEPHYR SMH, 3, 45 Camlldalc lor Mlss Wcsl IIOVIUV SUUFIY, 3. 4- Hlglw, 45 Monlluf, 3, 4g Sfuuenl Coumcll, 2, 3g Spanlsh Club Olllcer, 3, Drcmvalla Club, 37 Cavvvpm Club, 4: Rldlnq Club 33 Horvm Rocjm Olllccr, Ig Glrl Reseryws, 21 Class Ofllccr, If "Nick" Wlo-CAC-4 I- Avvlbllion' To by J uvslgnlnq cnqlncw, R,O.T.C. Ollluzv' All ALLEN QNEAL QUINN glub, 2, my Team, I, "Shor1y" All-lllllw' In lv' In Dharvvlqcisl, DCI. Club 3, 4. JEROME SHAINBERG l l l ---Trl-"-7 EDWARD SIMPSON BILL SMITH CAROL SMITH "Kara" Arnbition: To live o wonderful life. Suoerlative, l, 2, 43 Cheerleader, 43 R.O.T.C. Sponsor, 43 Class Officer, 43 Candi- date for Miss West High, Candidate for Treasurer, Student Body, 33 National Honor Society, 43 Campus Club, 43 ZEPHYR Stott, 43 C-irl Reserves, l, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 43 Quill and Scroll, 43 West Wind Staff, 33 Riding Club, 33 Span- ish Club, 2, 33 Home Roorn Ol'licer, I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club, I3 "Junior Miss," 33 W.O,C.C., Ig Junior High Officer, l. MARY ANNE SMITH Arrrbition: To sing on the radio. Riding Club, 33 Dramatic Club, Z, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club. ROBERT SMAUEL SOLINGER nach., Arvrbition' To be an accountant, Dramatic Club, 43 "BAT," 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Inirarnurals, 43 Business Manager. EMILY ANN STALLINGS "Chuck" Ambition: T, be .3 civil engineer. Dramatic Club, I, 2, 35 Glee Club, I Z3 Girl Reserves, 33 Spanish Club 3, ALVIN AARON STILLMAN ..TonY.. Arzrbilion: To be o success in Iile. West Wind Staff, Assiston Business Manager, 43 Quill and Scroll, 43 Spanish Club, 3 Intramurals, 3. RUTH TARPLEY "Tarpie" Anrbition: To be .3 photographer. Horne EC Club, I3 Gir Reserves, I, 2, 3, 43 Monitor, 43 Office Start, 43 lrrtfcirnurols, 2 LOTTIE THOMAS "Lot" Ambition: To go back to Kentucky to live. SUSAN MARGARETTE THOMPSON "Sue" Ambition: To be a Powers model. Spanish Club, Otlicer, 4 Intramurals, 43 Carrrpus Club, 4. ROY CHRIS TOMPKINS HTOFTII' Ambition to be rnarried and retired at 2I. Student Council I3 43 Horne Roonr Officer, 2, 43 B-Tearn Football, 2, 33 B Team Basketball, 4. EDWARD LEON TURNER "Doc" Ambition: To becorrie a vice-president of Walgreen Drug Co Science Club, 23 lntrarnural Champs, 23 Key Club, 43 T. Xi I Club, otticer, 3, 43 Student Council, 43 Home Roowr Officer, 4 DO., 3, 4. f..Nl K FL 33 ALEXANDER FRED VINCENT "Freddie" Arrrbrlmr: Tru bf' A Clwrnrcal fnqinvrfr. Slufwnl Councll, I 2 3, 4, Hfwmf- Rmvrr OPIIU-r, 33 Kcy Club 4, Campus Club Prmldfhnf, 4, LARRY WAGGONER ARTHUR EDWARD WAGNER "Ari" Avrrblllmn: In hr- Aff Grfromaullcal Pnqlnpe-r, R.O.T.C., lf l-Ifumh Roan. OH Cer, 2, Track Tcrarrr, 2. JAMES FREDERICK WALDRUM, JR. ..U I I. Ambition: To be an Qnqinpegy Horne Roorn Olllcer, I, 3 Boy! Glade Club, 4, Supvrlailvr- I, 2, 4, Cnecrleader, 4 Spanish Club, 3, Mlxvrl Chorus, 3, 4, Monllnr, 4, Rllle Twarn 4 rz.o.r.c, Omer, 4, ' SAMUEL EDWARD WALLACE, JR. "Sam" Arvrlfwllmn To Lux .mr ,qwrgnguficgl rxnqinrwfr, Km, Club, 3, 4- Supprlaflvw, 4, I MARJORIE WARD "Margie" Annblllon' lo rgrnriunff' from College, Monllor, 4, Home Roonv Ollirrwr, 4, Glvc Club, Mlxed Cnorus 3. MARTHA WEBB "Jose" Arrrbillon: Tn lmvn Q nunrlrwx swrnlrfrs, W.O,C.C., I, Glvr' Clulr, 3, 4, Mlxf rl Chorus, 3, 4, Olflcr Slafl, 4, Mmnllor, I, 2, 4, Rrdrnw Club, 2, 3, Glrl Rfrsrrrvffc Prffsnnonl, 4, Home Room Olflrrxr 3, 4, lnfrnrnurali, 3, 4, Sunerlnlivs-, I, 2, WM? Wrnfl SMH, 4, Library Slall, I. ORA BELL WILHELM "Orewill" Anrblfloni Io bn 0 suctnsm Drnrnallc Club, 2, Olllcvr 3, 4, N.F.L,, 2, Oflirrrr, 3, 4, Won? Wind, 3, 4, Qulll and Sfrnll, 3, 4, Clnsslml Music Cluh, 3. BEVERLY WILLIS LILLIAN MARGUERITE WILLIS "Ivie" Arrrbrllon: To recrcn Ilw Ire-iqhl nl 5'5". Glrls' CIN- Clulu 3 43 Murad Chorus, 3, 4, Girl Rvservvs, 4, A ELLEN GLENN WILSON "Jane" Arnbrliorr: To have an arnbifion, Class OHICM, 4, Allfrrnalv Chcerleads-r, 43 l-Iomfzgonvlnq Allvndanl, 4, Supcrlailvo, I, 2, 4, Nallcnal Honor Soglrly, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll, 2, 3, Olllcm, 4, Wes? Wlnci Sfall, 2, 3 4, ZEPHYR SMH, 4, Head Monllor, 4, Dram-allc Club, 3, 4, "Inv Bal," 4, Rldlnq Club, 2, 3, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, Caldldale for lrcasurvr, Slurlvnl Body, 3, Home Room OI'lIcer, 2, 3, Spanish Club, Olllrslr 3- N.E.L. 4' Alromucl cw, -1, ' ' I DONALD WITT "Half-Wil" Arnblllon: To qc? n degree- lmnw Vandrfrhlll. R.O.T.C,, 2, lnlrarrrurals, 2, 3, 4, Bfleam Bnslmlball, 2, 3, 4, Tr-nnls loam, 2, 3, 4, Fomlbnll Marmqr-r, 4, Basvball Mnnngnr, 3, Mnnuqrnrvr Clllv 3 4- Kny Club 4 f s.-.NIV CL X33 DOUGLAS WlTT MARY ELAINE WRIGHT "Half-Wit" "Brownie" Arnbilion: To be successful, R.O.T.C., 21 lnlrarnurals, 2, 3, 43 Ambition: To be a skalinq inslrucfor. Girls' Glee Club, 2, 3, B-Team Basketball, 2, 3, 43 Tennis Team, 3, 4, Fooiball Mana- Girl Reserves, I, 2, 33 Music Club, I, 2, 3. qer, 43 Baseball Manager, 3, Monogram Club, 43 Kev Club, 43 Siudenl Council, 2. CAROL VIRGINIA ZEIGLER "Susie" Ambilion: To have a nappy and successful life, Class Officer, I, Z, 33 W.O.C.C., lg Superlalive, lg Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 43 Dramalic Club, 3, Officer, 43 Sludenl Council, 4, ZEPHYR Slal'l, 43 Candidale for Secrelary, Sludenl Body, 3. Ou r Greelc Boys, Jolnn and Jim came lo fhis counlry las? summer and were immedialely welcomed by Wesl. Tlwe many friends 'lhey made here will never forge? llwem. y iw E ww- K .YYPK . , ,535 X 4, ig-:gg,1,j.55 :Q fax 5 f 3 LZ . .mg W - .IM H 9, ng' FXS .15 1 T QR fi wr 13-9, 'Gr f 9 S' x .9 E320 I -Q Mowfin , www F N ' I W -'Fl' Q. ' .. OFFICERS CHARLES HAMPTON WHITE . . ........ ..... P resideni ROY McDONALD . . . . .Vice-Presidenf MILDRED HARRISON . . . . ,Secrefary BOB DUDLEY SMITH . . . Treasurer LUCILLE HINES . . . .Sponsor PAUL MORTIMER . . . .Sponsor O UNIIIB C ASS UNIIDII CLASS BILLY ACKER LEE ACKLEY SARAH BATTS BETTY BENDER TOMMY BROCK BILLY BURTON Firsf Row: EUGENE ALBRIGHT BILL ALDER JAMES AUSTIN Second Row: BLANCHE BENNETT WALTER BIFFLE IMOG-ENE BILLS Third Row: BETSY CAMPBELL BETTY CARSON SHIRLEY CHAMBERLAIN ROBERT BAKER JANE BATES IRVIN BLACK JIMMY BREENE FLOYD CHANDLER BERNICE COHN 25 DOROTHY COLSON LESLIE RHEA CRAM CHARLES DAUGHERTY NANCY DENNISON JAMES EDWARDS HARRY ENC-BLERT, JR. T T Firsf Row: BETTY CRAYTON ED CROUCH JOHN CURRIER Second Row: CHARLIE DERTICK BILLY DePIERRE SUE DINKINS Third Row: RICHARD ESKIND NETTIE SUE ESTES SYLVIA FARRELL STAN DLEY DAVIDSON TERRY DAVIS JERRY DOOCHIN MILDRED EDISON CECILLE FELKNER CARL FINNEY I0ll CLASS UNI0ll CLASS DELYN FLOURNAY JOYCE FOREHAND BOBBY GRAVES DOROTHY GREEN DOROTHY HARDY JACK HARRIS Firs+ Row: ALLEN FRASIER HARVEY FREEMAN BETTY FRIEDMAN Second Row: BETTY ANN GREER JOE GRISWALD DELORAS HACKERMAN Third Row: PHIL HENDERSON JOHN HERMAN SAM HIRSHBER6 EDDIE GILLUM JACK GRADY CLARA HADLEY MILDRED HARBISON MARILYN HOGUE BENNY IRICK 27 ANN IVIE SARAH JENNINGS BONNIE KENNEDY BEVERLY KINSER IRVIN LEVINSON BEATRICE LEVY Firs+ Row: MARY LOU JOHNSON BILL JONES KATHERINE JONES Second Row: BERNITA KIRSKNER HARVEY KOCK BILLY LAMB Third Row: DONNA LEVY MADELINE LIPSCHALTY BARBARA LONCRIER LANIER JONES WILLIAM KEENE ANN LANCASTER SALLY LEAVER BETTY LYELL BETSY MAKIN UNIOI-I CLASS 28 UNIIIB CLASS ANN MATTOCK JANE MASON WADE ODOM RUTH ANN PAGE TRAVIS PEPPER BETTY PHILLIPS Firsi Row: ROY McDONALD MARJORIE McKINNEY GEORGE MILTON Second Row: DORSEY PARKES DOUGLAS PARTEE EDWIN PASCHALL Third Row: BETTY PIRTLE JOHN PRATT EVELYN RAINES BETTY MORTON BILL NIXON MARVIN PASNER ALBEE PASTERNACK CHARLENE RAYBURN PHYLLIS RITTER 29 DOROTHY ROGERS JOE NEALE RUTLAND LADYE RYCHEN NATALIE SALINSKY GEORGE SPRY RUTH STOREY Firsf Row: MARTHA RUTLEDGE MARY RUTLEDGE CAROL RUTHERFORD Second Row: MARIAN SAWYER MARVIN SCHWARTZ BARBARA SELEGMAN Third Row: FIELDS SUGARMAN BOBBY SULLIVAN JANE SWAIN MARY RUCKER BILLY RYAN BUBBLES SHAPIRE BOB SMITH MARTHA TANKSLEY CHARLES THOMAS UNIUB CLASS 30 UNIIIB C ASS BETTY THOMPSON MARY THORNTON ROBERT WESLEY CHARLES WHITE GLENEVE WOLFE BOBBIE ANN WRIGHT First Row: BETTY TURBYFILL BILL TURNER WALLACE TYSON Second Row: NANCY WHITE EMILY WILLIAMS HADLEY WILLIAMS Third Row: EVELYN WRIGHT HELEN WRIGHT FRANCES UNDERWOOD JEAN WARD ROSE WILLIAMSON ROSE MARY WILSON MARGARET YOW OFFICERS WILL ALLEN SMITH . . . . Presiden+ ROBERT BABE ..... . . Vice-Presidenf ROSEMARY TAYLOR . . . . Secrefary IRVIN CHERRY . . . . .Treasurer EUGENE HIBBITS , . . . Sg+.-af-Arms 0PIl0 0llE CLASS 0Pll0 0llE CLASS ANN ALDRIDGE CHARLENE APPLETON ARNOLD ARKOVITZ AVA JANE BAXTER MARY LOU BELLAMY WILLIAM BLAKE ALVIN BUBIS ELLEN BUTTERFIELD IRVINE CHERRY Firsf Row: DONALD ARKOVITZ RITA ARKOVITZ JOHNNIE MAY ARMSTRONG Second Row: ED BLACKFORD TOM BOLLES IDA JUNE BROWN Third Ilow: MARY JEAN CLYMER JOHN COLES MARY LEE COWAN JOHN BARROW ANN BARTON HOWARD BRYON ANNETTE BUBIS J. Y. CRAWFORD BOBBIE DANIEL 33 EVERETT DUNCAN MARY ELAINE EDGAR DON EDWARDS BILL GIVEN MARY GRAF FRED GRAHAM PHYLLIS HANICK SALLY HERMANN I Firs+ Row: BERNARD ELLIS BARBARA FARRAR Second Row: DONALD GREGORY RONALD GUFF Third Row: LOUIS HIBBETTS DOROTHY HITE TOMMY FINLEY VIOLET FREEMAN BETTY GENTRY BETTY GUNN GEORGE GUY SUE HAGEN c. P. HOGAN HORACE HOLLEY IIPIIO 0IlE CLASS 0Pll0 0IlE CLASS KEENER JACKSON. JR. DOUGLAS JENKINS BETTY KAINMAN MARIE LILLARD HERBERT MAC LINEBAUGH LOUIS LIPSCHULTZ MILDRED MATHIS BETTY McGUIRE Firsf Row: MILDRED KENNEDY THOMAS KILPATRICK Second Row: RONNY LOCKENBACH SEFTON LUCAS Third Row: KAKI McLAUGHLIN JEAN MELTON JACK KNOX MARY HELEN LANNON RUBY JEAN LEWIS SUE LYDDY JEAN MANGRUM JANE MASON PEGGY MILTON BARBARA MINTER PATSY MOORE LOUISE MORRIS JOHN W. MURDOCK BILLY PETTY SID PIGUE MARILYN PILSK BOBBY ROGAN JEAN ROSENBURG Firsi Row: PAT MURPHY CHARLES NEWCOMER NANCY NEWMAN Second Row: EDITH PLUMLEE ELIZ PROLEY EDDIE RANDOLPH Third Row: SHIRLEY SCHWARTZ JEAN SIMS PHIL PARSONS MARY PEARL MARY ELLEN REPLOGLE ELISE RIDGE BOB SHOCKLEY CAROL SHAINBERG 0Pll0 UBE CLASS 36 0Pll0 0llE CLASS YVONNE SHIRK ANNA MARGARET SPEED LIBBY SSITZ KAY TOWNLEY TRINI MICKEL SARA TURNER HARRIETT WILLIAMS PEGGY WILLIAMS Firsf Row: WILL ALLEN SMITH JAMES SWACK PAUL TANKSLEY Second Row: DOROTHY WALDEN JEAN WALTON MARJORIE WEBER Third Row: RUDY WILLIAMS GLORICE WRIGHT ROSIE TAYLOR MONROE TEMPLE RUTH WEINGART ANN WEST PEGGY ZAGER MARTIN ZEITLEN 37 OFFICERS BOBBY YOUNGERMAN . . . .... Presidenf A. C. THOMPSON . . . . . Vice-Presidenif NANCY DELBRIDGE . . . . Secrefary PHYLIS SCHWARTZ . . . .Treasurer FBES MAN CLASS FRE MAN CLASS FIRSY ROW: Janef Barfo Marie Blum Bobby Bowers Margaref Boyce Laura Brown Marfha Ann Byrn Belly Casfleman Aaron Cohen SECOND ROW: Janele Corfner Ann Crouch Bill Crouch Nancy Delbridge Henry Derfhicl: Georgia Durham Nancy Durreff Valeria Dye THIRD ROW: Marcia Ginsberg Merrill Gwosdof Ric Harvey Suzanne Jonas Glenn Ann Keifh Ivey Reine King Sandra Klein Shirley Lyon FOURTH ROW: Roberf Madry Jane! Marsh Bill McKinney Joan McNeil Shirley Mcrhefm Nornia Plumlee Marcia Prifchond Imogene Rogers FIFTH ROW: Phyllis Schwarh Jo Ann Suifor Doris Tenzal A. C. Thompson Jean Wilson Bobby Youngerman 12. ., fi fs'fxf'r!"f1' ww-v'f 5 H+ f y A Mn-f l Q ff., wa -vimszv: 1 1: 'YQZZA Q' QQQM ,, Jw 4 L ,mmf 1' 4 , N, ,f - + yu., Q, , W, ,uf -iw, A , P S, , wwf- " ,M 4: . ,'A'Q'N" W- 59 4 W,-'5-N 43 wavy In gp N. . ,Q- A QP, fx: iw if-v WI 4 s if w13'r.Q5'+',.f M' , .X vga J?" , , wk f',i . , Q , 5 Q J ,Q it x ,., fwx K ix s. 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" A K ', : 'L I947 FooTball Squad-FirsT Row: Nelson, Finney, McDonald, WhiTe, Phillips iCapTainl, Mayes lAlTernaTe Capfainl, Lawrence, Moneypenny, Edwards, Linebaugh, BenTley, Ingersoll. Second Row: Coach STrickland, McCaul, Odom, Cherry, Jones, Brown, Melfon, Smiih, Wainwrighf, Sfockeff, Harris, Akers, Cassell, Daugherfy. FOR THE AlThough The WesTerners did noT seT The world aTire in TooTball This year, sfill The Jays did noT Tinish wiTh Too poor a record. One oT The mosT exTraordinary TeaTures oT The season was The TacT ThaT WesT Tied Three ouT oT iTs nine games, The SpringTield, EasT, and Cenh-al games end- ed in deadlocks. The Two lone vicTories came againsT NorTh I9-O and Hillsboro 40-6. The Jays suTTered deTeaTs aT The hands oT Cohn 25-O, M. B. A. 25-7, Clarksville 40-O, and Ryan 25-14. The crushing de- TeaT by Clarksville was by The largesT margin oT any vicTory since WesT opened. The Jays really sparkled in The All-STar game. Lawrence and Phillips were Co- RECORD CapTains. Billy scored Two Touchdowns and wiTh Cannon Mayes led The backTield while Phillips led The line on The deTense. For his ouTsTanding play, Lawrence was awarded a Tree Trip To The Sugar Bowl ConTesT in New Orleans. l-lere BFG The SCOFGS Tor The SGGSOVTI WesT .... 65 SpringTield. . . 6 WesT Cohn . . WesT lvl. B. A. . WesT CenTral . WesT lNlorTh . . WesT EasT . . WesT l-lillsboro WesT Clarksville WesT Ryan . . iv , Y' ' '. Vi -1, Mikq . U I: 'Y Q-sale' 4 W5 'f nj. Hr, 1, A .14 .wgs'a f' A ' A 1 .K , Y f 1.x x ".iEY?'wfQf535jfa.- ' " s .55 yffrfk -H 'ff ,T . w ,MM v gi, A . .ii Wm ,W v N uuvb X 4, gk z QEXQQKQXA., A Q. 31 4- E k , X 1 , , if W, ' 3 HIT 'EM LOW Daugherfy' Lawrence, Mayes, Smifh, Sfrickland. GRUESOME TWOSOME M w 5 x .I E! 61 Wg' ge' "gf ff' ,Rf ,jim . X Hyun ,ff K- ,, M Li: f' -, . I ' ff , 3 gg M w H 5: Q35 V, 1 , Q 5 Q f as AQ- i "' 5 ' , J ww' in ,Y -Jw W wWW,,w..5, :Af 1' rfb YB? Sw A., N. 'Wt QPX I C113-Zi "4 I il A- QW Tiff-7 Nyc if Q7 M I X be is .Xi lyy N? A i I " '25 if-J L.. ...f--J Wes? ..... 277 Howard . Wes? . . , .347 Ryan . . Wes? . . . . 267 Vandy "B" Wes? . . . .6l7 Howard . Wes? . . . .327 Eas? . . Wes? . . . . 267 M. B. A. Wes? . . . . 40: Lipscomb Wes? . . . . 481 Nor??1 . Wes? Eigh?h Dis?ric? Wes? . . . .5I7 Duncan . Wes? . . . .487 Cohn . Wes? . . . .287 Ryan . Uni? Il Wes? . . . . 637 Woodlawn Wes? . . . . 477 Greenbrier Wes? . . . .452 Ryan . LET' TAKE A LO0K AT THE RECORD . I2 Wes? . . . 24 Wes? . . . . 25 Wes? . . . 27 Wes? . . . 33 Wes? . . . 25 Wes? . . . . I7 Wes? . . . 39 Wes? . . . . . .357 Eas? . . . . . TOURNAMENT RECORD . 23 Wes? . . . 33 Wes? . . . 26 Wes? . . . . 26 Wes? . . . 39 Wes? . . . 32 Wes? . . 48 497 Hume Fogg . . 372 Cohn .... 38: Ryan . . 737 Lipscomb . 582 Nor?h . . 497 Cohn . . . 47: M. B. A. . . 677 Hume Fogg . . 32 Mid-S?a?e 65i Algood . 5l7 Flin?ville . 467 Ryan . . S?a?e 35: Knoxville Cen?raI 57: Jackson .... 262 Soddy Daisy HERE' THE TORY . .. The WesT l-ligh Blue Jays have success- Tully compleTed Their TiTTh sTraighT pheno- monal season. The cagers racked up vic- Tory aTTer vicTory in Their parade To The sTaTe-Tinals. ATTer geTTing oTT To a slow sTarT The WesTerners gained momenTum and Tinally reached Their peak in The UniT and Re- gional Tourneys. The Jays dropped only one game during The regular season. The WesTerners reTired The lnTerscho- lasTic League Trophy by winning The ciTy championship wiTh a I5-l record. Then The cage guinT wenT on To win The DisTricT UniT, and Regionalchampionships by beaT- ing Ryan on Three successive SaTurday nighTs. Finally aTTer WesT had Turned in iTs mosT beauTiTul perTormance oT The season in The second halT againsT Jackson, Soddy-Daisy, a powerhouse, rose To crush The Jays 52-26 in The sTaTe Tinals. Here are some oT WesT's records: Four ouT oT The pasT 5 disTricT championships: All oT The UniT-Championships: F i v e sTraighT regional champs: Two STaTe TiTles: Two ConsolaTionsg STaTe Tourney: One STaTe Runners-Up: Three ouT oT The pasT Tour ciTy TiTles. , ig lviikgx. 5 4 sgfiit FE: 1:5 sig lxxlig, ,, . , MW A i. x W Q A wy- K , .,..w , M 5. -M...,...3. i 3 1 T ' 1 41 fu:-www 5 W Q 5 . .i,AMM?...L,, fi m. ,X jx I M xt 'gfnfgluljvli 1' Q. M x 3, K ' . if , K ' vw. , ' X g Q N 5 -:S ' Q Q- F' 'F' ii, QW ' A 5 . 'Q , , it , R 2 4 iff wwf ME? ff" n AA:'gf2 1534 :': l ' TM , ' ' .fglu 'M Z5 A . 'f l Q ' 21 167 x if xg' Q llruqiq ,A M k ,ff 'QQ n , 'A X 4 , ' N " - K , ,..-aww-. A x ' M 1 . -.- in .5 we 3.1 , Q ' , QQ.:-5 yy , ' 5, V 'S' 1 3 i- A :M g f is we 1... ,., , MV wig, Ht . X V v SQ K -' l . - 3,1 i , 5? Q W f . QE , Q ,fm 4 b ..,. , ' A -lf . WM 'M' www MW mm WW Mm'l :M wavy m my Www- T lHJmwviWnAPm Wyman A , """"' - ix Aww A .. mwhii uguvf' .an-. BA EBAL The second WesT l-ligh baseball Team To enTer league compeTiTion consisTed oT a youThTul and LEA TalenTed squad. The excellenT Teamwork and The general aTTiTude oT The Team accounTed Tor a good season. WiTh l-larry Moneypenny, Jim lvlcCaul, Eddie Randolph and Leonard Glen providing The plaTe power, The WesTerners blasTed opponenTs wiTh numerous hiTs. Randolph, Glenn, and EnglerT covered The bags, and along wiTh SmiTh, Mc- Donald, Simplcins, and DaugherTy They made one oT The classiesT inTields in The league. In The ouT- Tield WesT had The besT comioinaTion oT Tielders and sluggers in Moneypenny, lvlcCaul, and DaugherTy who occasionally roamed The ouTer gardens. The caTching sTaTT, consisTing oT "Chuck" Thomas and Roy Tompkins, played good ball ThroughouT The season. Waldrum, SmiTh, McDonald, and DaugherTy made up The piTch- ing sTaTTq WiTT, Linebaugh, and Edwards Tilled The uTiliTy spoTs. The Team could noT have run smooThly wiThouT The eTTorTs oT Jim Linebaugh, TirsT base coach, and Freddie Waldrum. These boys saw ThaT each baT was properly Taped and ThaT The Team was compleTely Turnished wiTh balls and eguipmenT. FronT Row: Tompkins, Daugherty, Simpkins, WHT, Thomas, Engleri, Linebaugh, Waldrum. Back Row: Crouch, McCauI, Smifh, McDonald, Glenn, Randolph, Edwards, Griggs, Moneypenny, Coach Strickland. 4 ,I 1--o Q wk ' if H132 ,XF P We 1 f ff? ' vii N " :cw JH V ,n Y Y I :V . . Q, Ubi .: ': Q, K 42" ,J 5 is ,Ev X n 1 .fm 'W 9 J' K " ii , ,f . I bw 'sf Vx 5::,?'V'Qy:-1:2 ...,. 1 W .,.,. 3 b u m 'gn' af W L Q S Ni gag? ,,,lM,x. ww, 5 ff, K VlNff5'Lj "if 5 1, Y 11 'wizi V , s f. . We wmv ww-s A y ffm W., 1 . 1' - - V F HW 'U 1' .i j A . 8 ,sf W 3 QV y '..,' " -1-A 4 v a ,ff dvvw ' Q- , 'Wg 1 f 's' , N ,.- ,M " 4741 121 ' -bF'?'2g?. ' A . .. "r'!1"2-wg, .Avi ,.. G? - ' f "f ' " . , f x Linda X as-mums: 5 ,J . Q M HM " ' A . 4 IQ "' '- is W-Zf!'q,6-. 5 'E X W1 w5wgf v...,.'l sg., it 'hm' W Aw vm X ,lmxn L N . N' 'Wi ff -Wea W 95 W nga. HOME COMlNG QUEEN MISS JEAN LOCKE AND HER COURT... ELLEN WILS PATTI PURY BETTY KEL SHERRIL ,4- ,. - Ffh.: VJX V L ""c.. Q' V 1 x x -.M-r.-.N, W X75 xf Fr . -1- wap, 1-NJ V1 , x Qi Y Betty Lou F armor , if Q, , THE CA DIDATE Patti Pu rgear lhrol Smith K xi! M ,RQ Q im -q..w'-ff W .MQ -! M... A, ' A ...E s. vawwpsnunn wir? l -Ef:-:z. .. ,. W. MM 11 'A 'f w "' g5Q,m.M X 'X ri-Qf W , wk . N X, A wa 5' f - Y ff .. . ff! , , X Ag, .. Kg' x Q 1 l I xx' 'ix k Q Q LAT ILL A WE, lhe SENIOR CLASS of I947 of Wesl' End High School, being of sound mind and body, do will in manner and form as follows: I, SHERRILL ARMIJO, leave my abilily fo flirl wilhoul' being conspicious 'ro BETTY TURBYFILL. I, BURDELL BENSON. do leave my hislory smuggling ring fo any worfhy junior who will fake if up nexf year. The Percy Warner Park Palrol sponsored by fhe greaf G. S. O. is happy fo fake fhis opporfunify fo announce fhaf Capfain MARY JANE GILBERT, and Pafrolmen JOANN GLOVER, ELLEN WILSON, and JOANN PAR- SONS will fheir posls fo Caplain BETSY CAMPBELL. and Pafrolmen BETTY THOMPSON, JOYCE FOREHAND, and BARBARA LONGCRIER. We, BOB BURGESON and ROBERT McCORMICK. leave fo lake our place in fhe Hall of Fame along with such former illuminaries as ROPE RAY, GENTLEMAN JIM FITE, and ALBERT REGEN. We, BETTY LOU FARMER and JEAN LOCKE, leave our R. O. T. C. sponsors' uniforms fo some lucky iuniors fhough They would much rafher remain as iusf a member of I'he corps. I, JIMMIE DILLON, do leave my dignified manner and blushing counfenance fo FLOYD CHANDLER. I. MARY BYNUM, leave my afhlefic abilily Io EUGENE ALBRIGHT. We, PHILIP EDWARDS and BILL KILGORE, do leave in hopes fhaf our dispufes over fhe same woman will serve as a fair example fo ofhers as unforlunafe as we. MARGIE WARD and MARY HOWARD will Iheir "hawk" sfafion, fhe corridors of Wes? High 'ro MISS DEM BSKY. I, JENARD GROSS, do leave in hopes fhaf I may succeed in fhe oufside world wifhoul MISS HAIMAN'S counsel. JULIA RUTLEDGE, SUZANNE SCHWARTZ, ORA BELL WILHELM and PEGGY PATE will fheir places in MRS. ALDER'S hearf fo any in fhe iunior class who is ready and willing. I, JOHN LEE, do bequearh my abilify fo charm all feachers Io my dear liffle brofher, WILLIAM. VIRGINIA AKRIDGE, PEGGY MORRIS, and EVELYN JENKINS are foo busy Thinking abouf their one and only fhaf Ihey have forgoflen fo will anyfhing. We, JAMES LINEBAUGH, JAMES ROBINSON, and TEDDY NUNES wifh Iears in our eyes, wafch fhe dis- solusion of a once greal radical club. We, BEVERLY PATTON, REECY DAVIS, CAROL ZEIGLER, and ETHEL MICHAELS will a cerlain rowdy D TE TAIVIE T lunch fable fo any iuniors who love iokes, laughs, screams and I I I I, JEROME SHAINBER6, leave my Solid Geomelry book Io any sucker fhaf is unforfunafe enough Io gel if nexl' year. PATTI "FATTl" PURYEAR wills ,her cheerleading uni- form fo anyone who can'+ afford The price of an ad- mission 'rickef fo Ihe games. I, ALVIN STILLMAN, leave af Iasl-fhank goodness We. MARTHA "GlGGLES" WEBB and ANNE "HE-he" CHAMBERLAIN, will our fickle box fo MISS HELEN ANDERSON and her fulure hisfory classes. I, BILLY LAWRENCE, leave my sfraighf A's fo WILL ALLEN SMITH. We, MARY WASHINGTON and JOSEPHINE COOK. will our abilify lo fickle 'rhe ivories fo WALTER BIFFLE and BOB DUDLEY SMITH. l, ROY TOMPKINS, do leave my prowess wifh women fo my undersfudy, FRANK TURNER. SUE ANN BOULDIN and LETTY-LOU HABER grafe- fully will fhe co-ediforship of fhe WEST WIND fo EUGENE ALBRIGHT and LESLIE CRAM. I, SAM WALLACE, bequealh my charm and dignify fo BOB SULLIVAN. PEGGY BARNES and ANITA GRIGG will fheir abilily Io sleep in class fo all who wish Ihey could gef by wifh if. 1, ROBERT GOLDMAN, will my corny iokes Io EDWIN PASCHALL. DOTTY LOU CLARK leaves her kniffing needles fo WILSON I-IOLT and BUDDY GUY. I, WILLIAM SEXTON, do regreffully leave MISS DEMBSKY'S wonderful home room. I, JUANITA LEIGH, leave Io go fo Washingfon. Inof eeoizesi. I, WRAY BUCHANAN, leave my heavy-weighf boxing lille fo MARVIN SCHWARTZ. I, BETTY ANN DEADRICK, leave wifh BOB fo find fhe preacher. I, OSCAR SUNDEEN, my membership in fhe 52-20 CLUB having been ferminafed, leave in search of work. We, PATSY BARNETT and MARY HEAD will our posl on fhe LIBRARY Io any unsuspecfing soul. I, COOPER SCOTT, bequeafh my abilify Io please MISS WATKINS fo any one who possesses such an un- usual frail! We, RUTH TARPLEY and DOLORES DAVIS leave our abilify fo forge DOC'S signafure fo EDDIE GILLIAM. I, DAVID BEAVER, pass on lo MARVIN POSNER my ?9 average in physics. We. LOTTIE THOMAS and LORENE CURFMAN, iusl plain leave. We, ED HARRISON and BILLY KIMBRO. leave in a hurry in our bullel-proof Cadillac wilh 'Ihe R. O. T. C. kaydefs hol on our fails. But really guys, we were iusl kidding, if was all in lun! I, ELAINE WRIGHT, leave only lo wail for my sisler who graduales nexf year. I, JIM "DlGGER" EVANS. leave my formaldehyde and embalming kif fhaf is in my locker lo JOE BROADNOSE. And lo you Juniors, I say, I will be lhe lasl person 'fo Iel you down. We, LORENE FRY and SUSAN THOMPSON, will our swing-sleps lo BILL TURNER. I, ARTHUR WAGNER, leave my slighl dialecf lo JOHN HERMAN. . JUANITA BARNES and MARY HELEN JACKSON will lheir quie+, meek manner lo JANE BATES and SARA JENNINGS. I, EDDIE TURNER, leave my roving eyes lo BOBBY GRAVES. BEVERLY WILKES, BEVERLY DRESNER, JEAN NICHOL- SON. and JOAN GRIZZARD of lhe FAG FORUM will lhal everlasling slalemenl, quolez "Has anybody gof a malch?" lo NANCY DENNISON, ANN IVIE, and DOT COLSON. We, BILL PHILLIPS and CANNON MAYES, bequealh our ouislancling foolball ability lo HARVEY KOCH and KENNETH HACKERMAN. JANE PADGETT and ANN LITTLE will their "band- box" appearance lo MARY PEARL and MARY LOU BELLAMY. I. ROBERT SOLINGER. leave my lilfle black book 'lo JACK HARRIS. ' JUANITA BARROW wills her brunelle locks 'fo MILDRED HARBISON, I, HOOPER MATTHEWS, will my pleasing personalily lo lhe enlire junior class. I, PHYLLIS CORLEISSEN, leave lo enroll in Columbia Mililary Academv. I. EDGAR MITTWEDE. do leave my books on "How lo Gel Ahead in lhe World" lo CHARLES THOMAS. MARIE CULLOM wills her abilily lo make 97 on an English exam 'fo IMOGENE BILLS. I, GENE PEISER, bequealh my oraforical abilily lo CHARLES WHITE. We. RUTH MOORES, EMILY DIES and JEANNE DURRETT leave lhe halls ol Wesl wilhoul a backward glance. I, JIMMY MCCAUL follow my nose on our lhe lronl door. BARBARA JARMAN leaves her "Snickers" lo lhe iunior high. I, BOBBY MELTON, do leave my abilily lo humor MISS HINES lo any iunior wifh such unparalleled capacily. KATHERINE JONES. JO ANNE JUSTICE. CLAUDINE MCWHORTER. DOROTHY MCGONIGAI are loo exciled over leaving lo will anylhing. We, BILL SMITH and EDWARD SIMPSON, do leave our abilily lo blow smoke rings lo anyone who can gel away with il. LILLIAN WILLIS, JANE FINGER, BARBARA GOLD- BERG and HANNAH MAIER leave fheir public speaking speeches fo BILL SCOTT. We, DONALD and DOUGLAS WITT, do leave our abilily lo mix well lo lhe home economic class. BETTY KELLEY wills her many swealers fo RICK HARVEY. We, ARTHUR INGERSOLL, BURGIN DOSSETT. and BILLY CASE, leave our kind home Teachers Io any hapless iuniors who have lhe mislorlune of being chronically lale. We, TOM MCCULLOUGH and EUGENE BARNETT leave crying on lhe oulside. and laughing on Ihe inside. II has been a long lime. We, EARLINE JONES and VIRGINIA AMOS, leave our hislory noles ni Mrs. Murray's class lor some lucky junior. I. DICK JONES, leave wilh lhe memory of happier days back in I945-46 B. G. G. lThal's. before Golden Gloves.l Bul you will never know lhe frue slory of 'Ihal lighf unless you ask me. I. BETTY BORUM. leave wilh JUANITA LEIGH, nol' lo go lo Washinglon buf lo LEON lll's all 'lor lhe same purposel. I, HOWARD BARRETT, leave lo find a beller iob, lhe one MR. MORTIMER go? me sfunk. You see. all work and no play makes JACK and plenfy of il, so l'm saving up my money lo buy an adding machine, cause lhal is whal counfs. I, BUDDY BENTLY, leave my shorl hair culs lo lhose underclassmen who 'rhink lhal lheir long bushy hair slays lhe weaker sex. l, FRED VINCENT, leave my ball and chain lo ROY MCDONALD. And lo lhe olhers, I say, you never know when you're well oil. I, THOMAS CARTER, leave RUTH SCHAEFFER'S Ielephone number lo MERRILL GWOSDORFF. He will pu? if 'fo good use, I know. We. FREDDIE WALDRUM and BOBBY AKERS. leave our unshaken failh in our "hawkin" abilily 'ro FLOYD CHANDLER and BILL TURNER. We, CAROL SMITH and BEVERLY GRIFFIN. leave our menfal collapses end broken-down Iypewriler Io lhe poor unsuspecling will-makers ol nexl year. Wilnesses: DICK JONES TEDDY NUNES CAROL SMITH BEVERLY GRIFFIN PRITPIZIECY Lo and behold! 'Tis The year I957 and a greaT change has come over The world-namely, no more school. As we are now on our Tour of Europe we happen To con- ceive The idea of visifing The mosT famous cenfer of nighT life in The world-save only BURGESON'S BON TON BILLIARD BAZAAR. This place is none oTher Than Monle Carlo or "The House ThaT Values BuilT." This deserfed island, iusT off The Spanish Coast is a specfacle such as one could never imagine. Our parTy, consisfing of JAMES DILLON, WRAY BUCHANAN and JOHN K. BENTLEY lnow a mulfi- billionnaire in The bubblegum indusfryl has iusT boarded The Tramp land we use The word looselyl sTeamer TUGBOAT ARMIJO laffer ThaT renowned Spanish bafh- ing beaufy of The same namel. As we approach The shore we happen To see ANITA GRIGG, JUANITA BARNES, and IRIS DORIS, who have recenfly voyaged To Spain from Africa where They've been visifing ED BROWN who has been sfalking The Congo for BROWN RINGLING BROS. IT seems ThaT he has ThaT "come hiTher" look for caTching gorillas. As we go ashore we are escorfed To The huge "CasTle of Chance" by THOMAS CARTER and PHILIP ED- WARDS. We are meT af The door by doorman BURDELL BENSON who whisfles To The haT check girls VIRGINIA AKRIDGE, PHYLLIS CORLEISSEN, and JOAN GRIZ- ZARD. JusT Then The propriefor. "GENTLEMAN JOHN LEE" exTends us a welcome To his "Den of IniquiTy." ln one Tar off corner we see ROBERT "SHAKESPEARE" GOLDMAN and his fiffh wife, BARBARA GOLDBERG. As our parTy seaTs iTself, HOWARD BARRETT and LYTLE BROWN, bofh well-To-do waifers, Take our order. Jusf Then BILLY "FRANKlE" CASE sTarTs The floor show off wiTh a fswoony song. He is currenTly singing wiTh HJOSEPHINE COOK and Her All Goul OrchesTra." The floor show which follows feafures DOTTY CLARK, BETTY ANN DEADERICK, JEANNE DURRETT, and LORENE FRY. JusT Then The lighfs go low and MARY HOWARD, world famous bubbledancer, begins her acT. She is followed by The renowned female quarTeTTe of JO ANNE DAVIS, BEVERLLY DRESNER, JOANN GLOVER, and BEVERLY GRIFFIN. Following The floor show we decide To make a Tour of This cenfer of amusement Over in one room EUGENE BARNETT, TOM McCULLOUGH and GEORGE HENRY are seen enioying Themselves in a game of black iack. In The main dice room LORENE CURFMAN, MARY BYNUM, JUANITA BARROW, and ARTHUR INGER- SOLL are seen losing Their newly acquired forfunes. AT This momenT The crowd goes wild as JENARD "TYRONE" GROSS escorfed by beaufeous PATSY BAR- NETT, make Their enfrance. In looking over a recenT newspaper, edifed by Those old WesT grads, LETTY-LOU HABER and SUE ANN BOULDIN, I see splashed across The headlines, "WanTed dead or alive-JAMES LINE- BAUGH. formerly of "Dembsky's Demons" now of "PickpockeTs, lnc." His accomplices in crime are LUM JENKINS, BILLY KIMBRO, and his gun moll, JO ANN PARSONS." IT says also ThaT REECY DAVIS, EMILY DIES, and VIRGINIA AMOS have iusf invanTed The "Reno RecuperaTor." As we ioined The parTy we noficed ThaT DAVID BEAVER lElNSTEIN'S proTegel has iusT refurned from a microbe expedifion To The Equafor. IT is rumored ThaT BURGIN DOSSETT. recenfly graduaTed from U. T., is doing remarkably well aT local insTiTuTion for feeble- minded persons. Seen Taking in all The diversified amuse- menTs wiTh his beaufiful rnovie-sTar wife is RICHARD "STONEFACE" JONES who sTilI hasn'T cracked a smile. JusT as The evening was well under way ThaT good- looking Esquire model BETTY LOU FARMER, heiress To The Varga millions, enTered wiTh her Tenfh husband To dafe. Her only sTaTemenT was, "Give me men or give me deaThI" We pass on info The "Sky's The IimiT" Room where The noforious gamblers display Their arTisTry. GreaT ScoTT! WhaT good forTune, for There, seaTed aT one of The Tables is none oTher Than The greaT chess player, WIL- LIAM P. LAWRENCE, a vaunfed confender in The Olympic Tournamenfs. As we approach his Table we find ThaT he is sampling The laTesT successor To The Zombie. The MCCORMICK "Special" named aTTer The famous pool player "SidepockeT" MCCORMICK. who has come a long way from The 20Th Cenfury Hall. Turning our heads we are sfarfled To see Two mysTerious looking characfers carrying a bullef-riddled body la welsher, no doubfl. buT on closer inspecfion we find iT To be ARTHUR WAGGONER and BILL MARTIN wiTh The laTe BILL KILGORE, who had The misTorTune To hold 5 aces in one hand-poor BILL! Brushing aside The curfain of smoke we see The suc- cessor To John Barrymore, JAMES "PROFILE" MCCAUL escorTing his lovely wife, ELLEN WILSON, The Jane Russell of our decade. The shock of seeing The degre- dafions of our genial classmafes we decide To Turn To The world of arf so we pass The fashion room lyou can never Tell whaT you can find herel. Here we spy ThaT charming lady, BETTY "CHEMICAL TOP" KELLEY model- ing The laTesT gownless evening sTraps. BOBBY "LIPS" AKERS, who has been exiled from Nashville because of his exfensive "hawking" campaigns, is spoTTed Taking in The laTesT fashions and models, feminine. ThaT is. We are blinded by a flash and horrified by an idiofic scream. When we discovered ThaT our images have "busTed" The camera of FREDDIE WALDRUM. "THE MAD PHOTOGRAPI-TER," we apologize in vain. We undersTand ThaT FREDDIE was greafly perfurbed when his camera revealed ThaT The Twin physicisfs, DONALD and DOUGLAS WITT, don'T look alike. The digniTy displayed by SAM WALLACE as he carefully sToops To reTrieve a cigar buTT leaves no quesTion in our mind why he was selecTed The mosT dignified. As we pass The bar, we nofice Two Tall beauTies, MARGIE WARD and SUE THOMPSON, who have been Termed The Aline Banks lof baskefball Tamel of The decade. Speaking of sports. we hear that DON ROBINSON has replaced Ozark Ike in the Bugs outfield. Also, we understand that BEVERLY "PLASMA AND INTESTINES" PATTON has finally succeeded in golf. now being able to hit a basketball with a number eight iron. The management informs us that we missed hearing the golden toned orator, GENE PEISER, who is M. C. of the French burlesque. His vocabulary has recently been replaced by a senior of piercing whistle. As we noticed the floor show, we discover that there are West grads from our year, DOROTHY McGONIGAL. JUANITA LEIGH. BETTY BORUM, and ANN LITTLE. the latter making her famous success at McClure's in Hillsboro, the town of which Nashville is a suburb. Following in the floor show we see JEAN LOCKE model- ing the latest corset, guaranteed no sag or double your fat back loh, she's married, so let it spreadl. At this point we can stand it no longer so we pass back into the main ballroom, where the floor show continues. The next feature is an apache dance team consisting of RUTH MOORES and BOBBY MELTON. MISS MOORE comes slinking onto the floor, leaving in her wake ten horrified customers. In the excitement, who do you suppose comes up to examine the poor fellows. none other than that great German Psychoanalyst HOOPER VON MATTHEWS. This being too much to stand at one time. we pass to the bar to deaden our senses. There we ask the bartender EDGAR "UNDERSTANDING" MITTWEDE. to pour us a tizz. Over in the corner we see a grotesque figure huddled over a piano and a glass of beer. Brushing the foam aside. we see that it is.TED "HOAGY" NUNES sitting behind a six-day growth of beard. Singing for his great playing is the part time shoe-shine boy, CANNON MAYES, the Burl Ives of France. NUNES. the great linguist, at last speaks: "HIeibah pevo" which means in Russian, "I want more beer." We return to our drinks and there next to ours at the bar is that great professor of history, HARRY MONEYPENNY, who has iust returned from exploring King Tut's Tomb. Asked to say a few words about the tomb, the Professor retorted "It stinks." Onto the floor comes the Saxyettes consisting of HANNAH MAIER. AMELIA MEYER. ETHEL MICHAELS, PEGGY MORRIS, and JEAN NICHOLSON. Deciding that it is unhealthy, to leave our backs to the bar, we pass once again to the game room where we see the active pedal pushing toot of HONEST JOHN LEE, the proprietor, who is also a vetinarian in his spare time. Presiding over one of the roulette wheels we find MARYJANE GILBERT who says, "I always did like the chance games, you know, maybe, or maybe not." Perambulating back to our table, we suddenly trip over a huge chain. Gazing at both ends of the chain at once la neat trick acquired only at Westi we see huge lump at each end. One is an iron ball and the other, FRED VINCENT. Same old FRED, same old ring through his nose. A spotlight is thrown on the floor, with a loud crash and into the circle of light walks FATTI PATTI, "the girl with those refrigerator charms." She sings her theme song. "Hard Hearted Hannah." After this, she chips ner way tnrough the ice and makes her exit. . Silence is broken by an eerie creaking of the front door and out of the night stalks "BULLDOG" ROBIN- SON, straight from his Pegram adventures. Rumors have it that ROBINSON lost his fortune when prohibition went out. but his new iob as sheriff keeps him so busy that he has little time to supervise his organization, "Rum Runners, Inc." ROBINSON relates that MARY ANN SMITH and JULIA RUTLEDGE have gained the finals in a hog-calling contest down in Pegram. Their yells are judged by the response of ORA BELL WILHELM, a highly biased method. COOPER SCOTT, the American Ambassador to Spain will crown the winner with a bucket of water. The lights flash on the floor, so we know that it is dance time and who do you think is playing? The one and only Nauseating' Nasal and His Nine Nastys opening with their theme song, "I'll Git You Yet, You Booger, You." The featured singer with Nasty is CAROL SMITH, to whom a customer screams. "Look what Ziegfield missed, and ain't he glad!" As we glide across the floor to the rhythmic strains, our eye rests upon SUZ- ANNE SCHWARTZ, but we promptly put it back in our head and continue. "SUZlE" has married Count Meout and is doing very well, always knew she would get somewhere. Countess Meout tells me that she is a great follower of that star of the Rodeo ROY TOMPKINS. "THE OKLAHOMA KlD." ROY has done a lot of cow- punching in his life but has done a lot more bull- shooting. Glancing at one of the side tables, we see those imminent architects. JEROME SHAINBERG, LARRY WAGGONER. and BILL SEXTON. They are now under contract to construct a castle for BILL SMITH and ED SIMPSON with specifications that it must have the floor plan of West's basement. It seems that BILL and ED don't feel at home any more when taking a smoke. BOB SOLINGER and ALVIN STILLMAN are seated with the boys. Now, there are two boys who have really hit the top lin fact, they are walking on itl. They manage the S 81 S PAWN SHOPS, a great chain of stores over Spain. Contrary to popular belief, S 8: S are not the initials, but rather their slogan: "So long, Sucker." Well it's good to see a few of West's kids that have suc- ceeded. PROPRIETOR LEE seems to be busy with his clients. He informs me that at closing time they only bottle up the old cronies till the next night. JOE has recently hired a new crew of cooks, including CAROL ZEIGLER and JANE PADGETT. No wonder every one drinks so much around here. With this we pack up our tent like the Arab and prepare to silently steal away in our hot air propelled rocket, leaving the scene of such crime. As we bid a fond farewell to all, tears stream down our cheeks lthe likker was too strongl. Disrepectfully admitted, JOE T.. TUBBY GILBERT, NIPPO .w..,v....f db 'X 1 F ik ' Q ww- 3- -.f 1 , .9 1 Yu, w Q Y Xu iz :Ex 5 E' , 2 3, 3" YF S sn dw. N x M L I 4 1 gy 'Q A is 5 V 5? Q ,S 5 i 4 WMM? Y W 2 Q HQ K 1- 4 2 wi 3,5 U my in 1 ' 1 o WILLIAM LAWRENCE . . . .Presidenf RICHARD JONES . . . . Vice-Presidenf PATTI PURYEAR . . . .Secretary JOHN MOORE LEE, JR. . . .Treasurer 0 TUBE T Bom omcnn Q' u Q if XE' W5 Kali :MQ ,Jw ilnt fllmk fuk? S if W if 5 if M' Firsl Row: Miss Haiman, Zeillin, Acker, Schwarlz, Cook, Barnell, Seligman, Hirshberg, Albrighl, Minick. Second Row: Adams, Gilberl, Parsons, Puryear, Kelley, Wilson, Rogers, Thompson, Flenore, Wilhelm, Dennison, Webb, Smilh. Third Row: Garber, Koch, West, Goldberg, Paslernack, Levy, Durrell, McWhorter, Bennell, Harbison, Lee. Fourlh Row: Coles, Peiser, Hermann, Slillman, O'Kain, Cullum, Moores, Davis, Barnes, Hermann, Robinson, Gross. The WEST WIND, a lriweelcly publicalion, is vvrillen by lhe sludenls enlirely. Miss Ella Hai- man, Miss Folrence Adams, and Miss Pauline Lamb, all Facully Advisors, do none ol lhe aclual worlc. Edilors ,... Assislanl Edilors. . . Sporls Edilors . Foalure Edilivrs Edilorial Edllors News Edilors. . . Copy Edilnrs . Headline Edilnrs. . . The slall has lried very hard lo gel lhe paper oul on lime, and only on a lew occasions did lhe paper come oul lale, This year, lhe WEST WIND received a number ol awards in iour- nalislic conlesls. STAFF Sue Ann Bouldin, Lellylou Haber Nancy Dennison, Eugene Albriqhl . ,Jenard Gross, Jimmy Robinson . .Pally Puryear, Belly Kelley, Mary Jane Gilberl . . . ,Ann O'Kain, Leslie Cram . . . Palsy Barnell, John Herman Marie Cullum, Ora Bell Welhelm. Jeanne Durrell Roberl Garber, Samuel Hirshberq. Sally Hermann Exchange Edilors .,,.., Jane Finger, Dylyn Flaney, Palsy Moore, Rulh Weinqarl Typisls. . . ,Claudine McWhorler, Dolores Davis, Elhel Michaels Circulalion Depl, .... Josephine Cook, Mary Howard Pholoqraphers . . . .Marlin Zeillin, Bill Aclaer Business Manager. ..,....,. Richard Eslcind Publicily Manager. . .Barbara Longcrier, Gene Peiser Arl Deparlrnenl. . . . Roberl Garber, Sylvia Farrell We I Wind THE ZEPHYR Well, here if isl This '47 ZEPHYR is a resulf of several monfhs of worlcing and planning. An efficienf and friendly slaff was selecfed in Sepfember and if was decided fhaf the annual had fo be af press by fhe firsf of March. An annual of I25 pages was planned, buf when fhe financial side of our brain-child was considered, fhe size of fhe yearboolr could nof exceed 50 pages. Wifh Doc's unfiring supporl, fhe school worked feverishly fo raise sufficienf funds. Time passed-Halloween, Thanlcsgiving, and Chrisfmas and no evidenf progress had been made. A day was sef aside for all group picfures fo be lalren. buf, as luck would have if, a combinaiion of hail, rain, sleef, and snow covered fhe ground. The dale was resel, buf fhe snow lingered. Consequently, the long suffering edifors caughl' many forms of influenza while fhey super- vised fhe phofography. Mosf of fhe copy was handed in by fhe middle of April. Picfures were losf, pages were ernpfy, and fhe sfaff and l grew lazy-fhe annual was heading for a disasfer. However, Miss Gene Rogers, and Mr. Ed Benson confinued fo heclcle fhe edifors unfil the enfire work was cornplefed by fha middle of May. So, as we said before, "Here if isl" STAFF Edifors ..,.. . ,Reecy Davis. Jimmy Robinson Assisfanf Edilors .... Befsy Campbell, Charles While Business Manager ........,.. Beverly Paffon Arf Edifors ..... . .Joann Glover, Jean Loclre ROTC Edilor ....,.,,..... Billy Lawrence Adverfising Managers . . Beverly Dresner, Jo Ann Parsons Assislanf Business Manager ....... Richard Eslcind Assisfanf Adverfising Managers ...... Donna Levy, Will Malrers ,......., Ted Nunes, Carol Smifh, Albee Paslernaclc Beverly Griffin, Diclr Jones Phofographer . . , ....... Howard Bryon Prophefs . . . . Mary Jane Gilberf, John Lee. Snapshof Edifors . . . . . . Lorene Fry, Carol Zeigler Jimmy Linebaugh Circulafion Manager ..... , , Rufh Moores Sporfs Ediror , . ...... , Jenard Gross Advisory Edifnrs . . . Sue Ann Bouldin, Leffy-Lou Haber Feafure Edifors . , . Beffy Kelley. Joan Grizzard Typisfs ..,..,.. Mary Jane Gilberf, Carol Smifh, Club Edifors. . . . Ellen Wilson, Paffi Puryear Efhel Michaels First Row: Bouldin, Farmer, Dresner, Bills, Rogers. Second Row: Parsons, Kelley, Wilson, Moores, Cullum, O'Kain, Third Raw Levy, Pasfernak, Zeigler, Gilberf, Locke, Smifh, Glover, Fry, Michaels, Cuff. Fourfh Row: Dryen, Zafher, Eskind, Gross, Lee. X I Lawrence, Glover, Robinson, Liffle, Lee. OFFICERS JIMMY ROBINSON . .,...... . . .President JOHN LEE ...,.. . Vice-PresIdenI ANN LITTLE .... . .Secrehary JOANN GLOVER . .... Treasurer BILL LAWRENCE . , . . Parliamentarlan ATIIINAL H0 IIB IICIETY Vg L ,ww 3 3 ffjm . ..,, . , W4 , aww . U K X, 4, , af Q 1 Q z I vi? 1 3, , if 2' gf 3 2 M 1 Vw dk 5' , aw' 'jg Misa M 'Q 96, f P Y ,Q i X ,,,W .gvwi -I f -.,., 'ff , .' '1 1, " Q, ,. A 12145- WW ,W-QM 1 39? 2-f , 3 4 x - .-rl 2 if 'FDR , Q R ae H W fs Um ,Q X x If 'N pg ,N I C .F 4 Q, 1, E if :ZS .5 3 9 is 3 Xa . V 112 Q? 5 3 1 55? SQ uf mr 5 " if Q, as if Y ,,X,, - W . . .... V .x My Q ' I W Qffix r B if W gf .1 an 5 Q : alfkdk K mf- A M wa 3 W Q .1 Qi. V Q 2? 3 AAHE 6 W W 4 Sw' DEBATE TEAM D E B A Te A The Debafe Club is made up of members ol lhe dramalic club who are inleresled in lhis fype of exlemporaneous spealcing. These slu- denfs have won honors al various schools and are building up poinls lor The Nafional Forensic League. The Town Meelings have been sponsored by a local radio slalion and are made up of 'rhe opinions ol lhe sludenls. Any sludenl on lhe panel or in 'rhe audience may express his opinion on lhe subiecl in queslion. TOWN MEETING Firsf Row: Lawrence, Dillon, Sece ond Row: While, Eskind, Nunes. fe - TEE OFFICERS MARTHA WEBB , . . . President MARY HOWARD . . . Secretary REECY DAVIS . . . Vice-President BETTY KELLEY . . . .Treasurer BEiSY CAMPBELL . , The Y'Teem Club, sponsored by the Y. W. C. A., was organized at West several years ago. This club consists of girls from the ninth through the tweltth grades. The West l-ligh . . Sergeant-at-Arms Chapter was sponsored this year by Mrs. Dan Blazer and Miss Martha Scott. During the year the girls enioyed several interesting programs on vocational training and personality aids. R I I P b Brown, Hagan, Taylor, Townley, First Row: Mason Gentry, Jones, Gunn, Willis, Cook, Sawyer, Wolfe, Lancaster, ep og e, ro y, Tarpley, Rayburn. Second Row: Gilbert, Chamberlain, Head, Ackley, Corleissen, Jenkins, McGonigal, Grigg, Barnes, Jackson, Arm- strong, Appleton, Ward, Flourney, Bills, Turbyfill, Locke, Parkes. Third Row: Bennett, Griffin, Ritter, Leaver, Williams, Amos, lvie, Edison, J. Hardy, A. Hardy, Colson, Barnes, Cullum, Pirtle, Rogers, Thompson, Chamberlain, Dresner, Fourth Row: Daniel, Cowan, ' ' ' ' D' D tt Yow, Davis, Farmer, Graf, Ball, Nicholson, Morris. Wright, Michaels, Zeigler, Smith, Glover, Padgett, Fry, ies, urre , LIBRAR TAFF The Library Club is Composed of The sludenis who worlc regularly in The library and have inieresi in ii, First Row: Kinser, Benne?f, Crayion, Barneii, Tiesler, Maison. Second Row: Clark, Miss Boyd, Pirilc. ffm M-.AA WU'-an-. Dresner, Tarpleyl Williams, Bates, Davis, Eskind, Thompson, Wriqhi, Smiih, Chamberlain, Webb, The office sfail is composed ol slude-mls who have offered Their services lo Miss Smilh in ihe office, These siuclenis assisi in Typing, in delivering messages, and in olher useiul worlc. 0 I 75 CL The D. O. siudenis, supervised by Mr. Max Morlimer, are given The opporiuniry To con- linue Jrheir school work while holding iobs. The T. and l. Club is made up of ihese siudenis. Firsi Row: Johnson, Rayburn, Mr. Morfimer, Jarman, Piper. Second Row: Wrenn, lrick, Turner, Jenkins, Leigh, Maf- fhews, Graves, Quinn. Third Row: Simpson, Spry, R. Turn- er, Barreh. FRE CH CLUB The French Club, spon- sored by lvliss Anne Barile, was organized by ihe siudenis in order io learn more aboui France, iis people, and iis cus- Toms. First Row: Grizzard, Cram, Dies, Jenkins. Second Row: Corleissen, Davis, Padgeff, Cook, Whi+e, Flourney, Fe!k- nor. Third Row: Glover, Miss Baffle, Nelson. , . ,awww-M -wfem 1 . 1: , YJMXL-2vQ.1,s I mass V Q af, 1 All Wwsv gifs' ' -0 uh? , ,P W ,K W at ft Q W J, H. Q f 2 2 Q Y X S5 nv' is - I 72 Q Q' ir 'V q f Q -.Q V if .,zA. l,,: 5 t ,A ,,,V Q X A ' . ,,A-, if f 4, 1 M -no ,L 5D -Y A 1 5 'vw av g, 311 i ww if if 'U wi Q Q : , Y 5? ' f 3 5 wr -1, !m .:.- wgwm Y x J' ,Q MQ ' if 'whirl An JG si QQ R in ea 1 4? Firsr Row: Kelley, Thompson, Parsons. Second Row: Murdock, Koch, Blake, Arkovifz. Third Row: Gregory, Linebaugh, Kilpalrick, Rogan. FET P TROL The Monogram Club is composed enlirely ol boys who have earned lerlers as members ol 'rhe fool ball, baskelball, baseball, lennis, or qoll learns. GRA CLUB Firsi' Row: Smilh, Buchanan, Brown Lawrence, Wirr, McCullough, Bentley, Finney. Second Row: McDonald, Akers, Linebaugh, Jones, Mayes, Moneypenny, Cassell, McCaul, Will, Srrlckland, Harris, Third Row: While, Edwards, Sullivan, Thomas, Dauqherly, Lamb, Wainwrighl. KEY CL OFFICERS Spring Term CHARLES WHITE ........ Fvesidenl Inn. in picluvel JIMMY MQCAUL. . , . , . . Vice-Presidenl DICKIE ESKIND . . . Secrelary CHARLES THOMAS, . . . Treasurer Fall Term JIMMY McCAUL ....... . . . Presidenl BILLY LAWRENCE , . . Vice-Presidenr DICK JONES . . . . Secrelary CHARLES WHITE V . . Treasurer The Key Club, sponsored by lhe Kiwanis Club, was organized al Wesr lasl year. Members of The club are chosen lor scholarship, personal- ify, and service 'ro rhe school. The club recenre ly sponsored a proiecr To fill The library for lhe Boy's School al Jordonia, Many members have arrended a number of convenrions lo inform fhemselves in ways ro build a belrer school and a berrer ciry. ,f V First Row: Shainberg, Hirshberg, Scorr, Turner, Lee. Second Row: Wifi, Hibbefrs, Thomas, Sullivan, Wifi Vincqnf. Third Row: Daugherfy, Hermann, Finley, Kilgore, Graham, Eskind, Dosseff, Wallace, Robinson. I 1 THE Q HJ,A ETTY LOU HABER EECY PAWS. GRENE FRY. . MEN WILSON NMMY LINFBAI. GH 1 iff XI OFFICERS . . .CXV!"SD'iUdlU'1 D CROLL The James G. Slahlman Chaprer ol rhe lnlernalional Honorary Sociely lor High School Journalisls, Quill and Scroll, is under lhe sponsorship ol Miss Ann Demb- slcy. Members parlicipaled in edilorial, currenl even'rs, and in various olrher jour- nalislic endeavors during lhe year. A formal inilialion was held in The spring before Jrhe s'ruden'r body. Firsi Row: Mason, Taylor, Willis, Esies, Nicholson, Webb, Jennings, Chamberlain, Parsons, Cook, Griggs, Arko vifz, Wrighf, Hagan. Second Row: Plumlee, Kinser, Hile, Harrison, Farmer, Wesi, Smilh, Amos, Leaver, Daniel, McGaire, Geer, Milfon, Balls. Third Row: Genfry, Wrighf, Sims, Gaaf, Williams, Finger, Barnes, Bales, Rychen Parkers, Rifler, Harbison, Malloclr, Solinslzy. Fourlh Row: Wolfe, Brown, Williams, Sfory, Washinglon, O'Kain Meyer, Mallhai, Odom, Prifchard, Barrow, Tarpley, Climer, Morion, Campbell, Bailey, Malone, Miss O'CalIahan Fifth Row: Frazier, Burqeson, Nichols, Simpkins, Williams, Biffle, Smifh, James, Solinqer, Case, Griggs, Brock Waldrum, Sackey, Buhis, Caar, Kilpacfric, Everefi, Hagan, Glusman. First Row: Sims, Black, Pralf, Temple, Schwarlz, Sievens, Woods, Sjillman, Lockenbach, Second Row: Wind- miller, Stern, Davidson, Hannah, Cohen, Caplan, Phillips, Brueck, Nix, Third Row: Spalding, Thornton, Mosley, Kanlor, Crowder, Johnson, Hirshberg, Diamond, Beck. Fourlh Row: Black, Tiesler, Norris, Tipton, While, Hancock, Wilson, Reed, Miss O'CaIlahan. JU lllli HIGH GLEE CLUB THE AMPU T T C IJ U B The Campus Club, under The sponsorship oT lviiss Ann Dembslcy, is composed OT Seniors who are planning To aTTend college, and who wish To obTain inTormaTion on This subiecT. The club meT every aTher weelc To discuss problems ThaT They mighT expecT To meeT in college. During The year The Campus Club was priviledged To have as Their guesT many inTeresTing speakers, including Dean SarraTT OT Vanderl3ilT UniversiTy. All in all, The club had a mosT successTul year. I OFFICERS FRED VINCENT. , . PresidenT BOBBY MELTON . . . . Vice-PresidenT BETTY KELLEY. . . , .Recording SecreTary SHERRILL ARMIJO. . . .Corresponding Se-creTary TED NUNES . . , ..., Serge-anT-aT-Arms Firsl Row: Edwards, Buchanan, Maier, Goldberg, Farmer, Dresner, Cook, Barneif, Smifh, Glover. 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